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When I’m Sixty Four (BBC-2 2004, Alun Armstrong, Tamzin Outhwaite)



Comedy drama. Unmarried schoolteacher Jim retires from the school he has worked at all his life and starts making plans of what to do. He meets widowed cab-driver Ray who is of a similar age and they strike up a friendship which ends up being more than just friends.

production details
UK / BBC-2 / 1×90 minute episode / Broadcast 4 August 2004

Writer: Tony Grounds
Script Editor: Lisa Osborne
Music: Edmund Butt
Executive Producers: Seetha Kumar, Jessica Pope and Laura Mackie
Producer: Pier Wilkie
Director: Jon Jones

Paul Freeman as Ray
Alun Armstrong as Jim
Peter McNamara as Aitch
Anton Saunders as Rollo
Karl Johnson as Billy
Cordelia Bugeja as Pool Attendant
Linda Spurrier as Matron
Pip Torrens as Headmaster
Tamzin Outhwaite as Caz
Shahnequa Duprey as Kelly
Joe Dixon as Lynval
Jason Flemyng as Little Ray
Fritha Goodey as Receptionist
Cate Hamer as Nurse
Oscar Grounds as Adam
David Morris as George
Tamsin Greig as Denny
Will Keen as Doctor